Restaurants, they come and they go. Here are a few making their debuts and taking their leaves this week.
It might be curtains for Great Wall on Henry Street, which has been shuttered by the DoH for a total of 58 violations, including evidence of roaches and inadequate staff hygiene.
[Brooklyn Heights Blog]
Zengo, the Latin American-Asian fusion place cheffed by Akhtar Nawab, is coming on Tuesday, serving dim sum that includes tacos, empanadas, and arepas.
Balaboosta brings Mediterranean Middle Eastern to Nolita, such as mussels in harissa broth, grilled merguez, and chicken with paella-style barley.
The long-awaited cocktail bar Dram in the former Chickenbone Cafe space in Williamsburg has finally debuted with a menu of classic, tiki, and signature cocktails.
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